BT095／Good Business Seminar
Theory & Practice of Responsible Business Model Development
|平常点(In-class Points)||100%||Theory Paper(25%) 、Case Paper(25%) 、Team Presentation(25%) 、Discussion Points(25%)|
Attendance is important as this course conducted in a highly interactive format and includes teamwork based components. Absences will negatively affect final grades.
This course is designed to give students an understanding of the theory and practice of business model development for the promotion of both economic performance and social wellbeing within the socio-economic context of Japan.
The course will comprise of three components: (Stage 1) a review of theories and frameworks relating to the development of socially informed business models, (Stage 2) case analysis of instances of business models developed and implemented in Japan with the aim of promoting both economic performance and social wellbeing, and (Stage 3) a practical exercise in the planning and development of a business model for social value creation informed by the frameworks studied in stage 1 and evaluated in stage 2.
Readings will be indicated at the Orientation Session.
This course will require students to complete a considerable volume of readings, work on individual written reports and participate in team work outside of class hours in order to prepare for group presentations.
All notifications, readings and assignments will be managed using the university Blackboard system.
Please note: This is a mainstream course and will require a high level of English language proficiency for the readings, team discussions, presentations and written reports. This course is designed for inbound international exchange students, and COB students accepted to or returning from college outbound exchanges.